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Wed, May 27, 2015 4:45 PM
Steven Chu makes the understatement of the week when he calls it 'a very big deal.'
A new HD video captures solar eruptions, coronal rain and other eye-opening scenes from the surface of the sun.
The crew will soon begin unloading the 4,300 lbs. of supplies, including a space espresso machine.
Crows and ravens are some of the smartest animals on the planet, rivaling the brain power of the most wily mammal species. How much do you know about our future overlords?
A tiny puggle bounces back after a harrowing experience that literally uprooted its life.
This mother squirrel has made a risky choice about where to nest, sharing the same tree as a family of great horned owls!
Colorful collars could bridge the great divide between birdwatchers and cat lovers. Two independent studies weigh in on the benefits.
One astrophysicist wants colleagues to 'think big' when designing a Hubble heir.
Thinking about how to best tax people and businesses on Mars may improve our tax system on Earth.
The rocket landing may not have gone according to plan, but the ISS will receive an espresso machine.
You may already be familiar with albinism in humans and other animals, but did you know there are albino plants, too?
BBC filmmakers capture what's likely the most terrifying leap of faith ever conceived by nature.
If this video is any indication, a lot.
Sudan the rhino and 2 females of his subspecies are under constant surveillance in Kenya, but it may not be enough to save the creatures from extinction.
The slaty flowerpiercer has an amazing bill perfectly designed for its straightforward way of gathering nectar from flowers.
From teeth to tailbones, many ancestral remnants are hanging out in our bodies with nothing to do.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.